Thomas Tuchel has one of the best squads in the English Premier league with the quality of the first eleven and squad depth being immeasurable. The reigning Champions league winners have been troubling the defenses of their opponents with several players impressing, but not all get the chance to play as they are below the perking order at the Stamford Bridge.
Saul Niguez was signed on summer transfer window deadline day from Atletico Madrid on loan with the hopes of rebooting his stalled career. The Spaniard had the worst debut at his new club as he was hooked off at half time.
Since that poor debut, Saul Niguez has never been close to the Chelsea starting eleven leaving him in dilemma as he left Atletico Madrid for more play time. According to reliable sources close to Chelsea, the Spaniard is upset and frustrated with this development and is thinking of another option.
The player believes that Thomas Tuchel has broken all the promises he had made to him when he was signing for the club. It is seems like Saul might want to return to Spain after the loan contract expires.
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